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Investigate Judge Jeff Moskowitz in Maine

Lori Handrahan started this petition to Elaine C. Duke Judge Jeff Moskowitz is potentially engaged in document fraud by using his signature as a judge and his court-issued stamp on judgements that are fraudulent. There has been a sustained public outcry in Maine about the corruption in Judge Jeff Moskowitz’s courtroom in Portland, Maine. Authorities involved in […]

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  • Mary Murphy Schroeder: She Broke Barriers From the Start August 21, 2019
    In 1979, Mary Murphy Schroeder joined a historic class of women judges who transformed the federal Judiciary, but her law career nearly ended before it began. The night before her first final law exam at the University of Chicago, Schroeder collapsed and was hospitalized with a severe kidney infection.
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  • 40 Years Later, Pioneering Women Judges Savor Place in History August 14, 2019
    In 1979, 23 women were appointed to the federal bench—more than doubling the number of women appointed to life-tenured judgeships in the previous 190 year history of the United States. The doors they opened never swung shut again. Forty years later, women make up one-third of the courts’ full-time, active Article III judges.
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  • ABA Honors Judge M. Margaret McKeown With Marshall Award August 8, 2019
    Judge M. Margaret McKeown of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit is to  receive the American Bar Association’s prestigious John Marshall Award Friday, Aug. 9, during the ABA’s annual meeting in San Francisco. 
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  • Judges Explain Rule of Law, Why It Matters August 8, 2019
    Nine federal judges, in a new Judiciary “Court Shorts” video, explain how fair and consistent adherence to the law protects our rights and well-being in everyday situations like buying a breakfast sandwich, reading mail, and investing in the stock market.
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  • June 2019 Bankruptcy Filings Fall 0.3 Percent July 26, 2019
    Bankruptcy filings fell 0.3 percent for the 12-month period ending June 30, 2019, according to statistics released by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts. 
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  • Probation Officers Looking for Future Officers in the Classroom July 25, 2019
    Federal probation offices around the country are reaching into local schools, sometimes helped by furry drug-sniffing dogs. Their goal? Raising awareness about the work of pretrial and probation officers and encouraging a diverse group of future officers.
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  • Chief Judge Carl E. Stewart to Receive 2019 Devitt Award July 23, 2019
    Chief Judge Carl E. Stewart of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit is the recipient of the 2019 Edward J. Devitt Distinguished Service to Justice Award. Stewart will formally receive the award on Oct. 17 in a ceremony at the U.S. Supreme Court.
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  • Panels Focus on Merit in Selection of Magistrate Judges July 18, 2019
    Magistrate judges play a critical role in the federal Judiciary, fulfilling a broad range of responsibilities and easing heavy caseloads in district courts. A new video by the U.S courts. explains the merit selection process for these judges.
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  • 2018 Wiretap Report: Orders and Convictions Fall June 28, 2019
    Federal and state courts reported a combined 23 percent decrease in authorized wiretaps in 2018, compared with 2017, according to the Judiciary’s 2018 Wiretap report. Convictions in cases involving electronic surveillance also fell sharply.
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  • Judiciary Creates Public User Group for PACER June 26, 2019
    The federal Judiciary has created and is seeking members for a public user group to provide advice and feedback on ways to improve its electronic public access services. 
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